Jesse B. is currently a student at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and is studying documentary film production and photography. On campus, they recently co-chaired Take Back The Night to educate and raise awareness of domestic violence. Included in the week of events was an LGBT workshop, and in the production of the Vagina Monologues, the inclusion of the transgender monologue "They Beat the Girl Out of My Boyâ¦ Or So They Tried". Jesse has organized and taught photography classes at the Boston Living Center and a class at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay. Jesse is working as an intern with Planted Seeds Productions on their first feature-length documentary âPlay in the Grayâ, which shakes the foundation of gender stereotypes by exploring the work and personal lives of Boston drag-based theatre troupe, ALL THE KINGS MEN. As a transgender activist, Jesse is interning with the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition. They photographed the hearing for H.1728, âAn Act Relative to Gender-Based Discrimination and Hate Crimesâ and the photographs can be found on the MTPC website. Jesse will continue to work with MTPC as the Transgender Youth Summit Coordinator and Liaison to MTPC Boston general meetings.